Cecilia Brunson Projects announces the opening of an exhibition of a unique and rarely seen early sound mural by the renowned Venezuelan artist Jesús Rafael Soto.
Surreptitious Stripes, an exhibition of work by Francisco Masó (Havana, 1988), was held from July 20 to August 19 at the Connect Now Room of the Arts Connection Foundation in Miami.
Francisco Masó: Surreptitious Stripes. Fundación Arts Connection. Miami
Uruguayismos (Segundo Tiempo) is the first collective exhibition in Lima of Uruguayan artists Pablo Conde, Paola Monzillo, Martín Sastre and Pablo Uribe with curatorship of Manuel Neves, which opens on Thursday, August 10 at 7:30 pm in Galería Del Paseo | Lima.
Galería Del Paseo presents Uruguayismos
Lo que sucede aquí, no se queda aquí, is an installation of the Peruvian artist José Carlos Martinat that occupies the room of Carmen Araujo Art, made in alliance with the Revolver Gallery, Lima, Peru. The installation is thematically linked to the collective exhibition "Visual Onomatopoeias of Hard Times" currently exhibited in the house of Hacienda La Trinidad Cultural Park.
Lo que sucede aquí, no se queda aquí, the new installation of José Carlos Martinat,
Ruth Benzacar Art Gallery presents Horizon of Event, the new exhibit of Tomás Saraceno in Argentina, after his successful experience in the Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires.
Tomas Saraceno new exhibition in Argentina
Lumen, an immersive, interactive installation by Jenny Sabin Studio, is on view in MoMA PS1’s courtyard through September 4. The structure evolves over the course of the day, with responsive textiles that display subtle color in sunlight and emit glowing light after sundown.
Lumen designed by Jenny Sabin Studio at MoMA
Rolf Art announces the new individual exhibition of the Argentine artist Francisco Medail, titled "Photographs 1930 - 1943". With the curatorship of Veronica Tell, the exhibition can be visited from Wednesday August 1 to September 29, 2017.
Rolf Art presents Francisco Medail - Photographs 1930-1943
The Met Museum will exhibit a monumental work of the famous painter of the XVII century Cristobal de Villalpando. Newly restored, this 28-foot high masterpiece will leave Mexico for the first time
Cristóbal de Villalpando: Mexican Painter at Met Museum
This twelfth posting will continue to inform our online readers of the unprecedented exhibition Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA that offers thematically linked exhibitions and programs in a four-month-long, region-wide exploration of Latin American and Latino Art in dialogue with Los Angeles. Following its presentation at Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), the exhibition will travel to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (November 2017–February 2018). This exhibition was organized by the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The following is from the museum’s press release.
Home—So Different, So Appealing: Art from the Americas since 1957
Chilean photographer Paz Errázuriz has been awarded the II Photography Prize Madame Figaro-Rencontres de'Arles, for the exhibition she presented at this international photo event that began on July 3, the museum of the Jeu De Paume reported.
Paz Errázuriz receives the II prize Madame Figaro in Arles
Next Thursday, July 13, In the Beginning, the first exhibition of work by Diane Arbus (New York, 1923-1971) to be held in Argentina, will open at MALBA. Curated by Jeff L. Rosenheim, Curator in Charge of the Department of Photographs at The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met), this exhibition of one of the most influential photographers of the twentieth century brings together over one hundred photographs produced by the artist between 1956 and 1962, the period when she developed the themes central to her oeuvre and her singular vision, which attempted, as the artist herself put it, to register “divineness in ordinary things.” The exhibition is the first collaboration between The Met and any institution in Argentina.
MALBA presents Diane Arbus – In the Beginning
Jean Paul Zelada, outstanding Peruvian visual artist, presents at La Galeria the individual exhibition titled Total Indiferencia. This exhibition -novena in its trajectory- is conformed by a series of ten oil paintings of great format.
Jean Paul Zelada presents Total Indifference
Renowned Belgian-born German artist Carsten Höller will lead the Villa Iris Visual Arts Workshop due to take place in Santander between September 4 and 15.
Carsten Höller will lead the next Fundación Botín Workshop in Santander
Golden Kingdoms: Luxury Arts in the Ancient Americas is my tenth posting. The exhibition is one of three that includes Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (5th posting) and Photography in Argentina: Contradiction and Continuity (9th posting). The three exhibitions are organized by the Getty, which is publishing three catalogues covering a diverse body of Latin American material culture and artwork by artists working in concrete or neo-concrete languages in postwar art in Argentina and Brazil to contemporary photographers capturing life today to luxury arts of the ancient Americas. The Getty is presenting work that deepens the fields of art history, conservation, and Latin American history.
Golden Kingdoms: Luxury and Legacy in the Ancient Americas
BAphoto with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Nation presented the first activity of Federal Impulse, a new proposal belonging to the extension program of the fair. With the aim of stimulating the interest and the diffusion of the Argentine photography towards new audiences a series of educative activities are being carried out in different provinces of the Argentine Republic.
BAphoto launched the first edition of Impulso Federal
Candría’s images suggest the space in a distance not only geographic, but also temporal. On the basis of a series of images taken in Iceland and California, the artist reconstructs the phases of a journey that wanders in memory and imagination.
Luján Candría: Afar. Artium Gallery, Miami.
The Museum of Art Patricia & Phillip Frost FIU celebrates this summer the art of Mexican photography with two exhibitions: Becoming Mexico: Manuel Carrillo's Photography and Possible Worlds: Photography and Fiction in Mexican Contemporary Art.
Frost Art Museum Celebrates Mexican Photography
The Museum of Modern Art has acquired an original model of the Fiat 500F “Berlina,” commonly referred to as the Cinquecento.
The Museum of Moder Art Acquires an Original-Condition 1968 Fiat 500
With this ninth posting, I continue to inform our online readers Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA. Below is the announcement of Photography in Argentina, 1850-2010: Contradiction and Continuity, at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Our next posting we be on the J. Paul Getty Museum exhibition, Golden Kingdoms: Luxury and Legacy in the Ancient Americas.
J. Paul Getty Museum presents Photography in Argentina, 1850-2010: Contradiction and Continuity
Museo Amparo presents Ni héroes ni mártires by Juan Fernando Herrán, curated by Albertine de Galbert, Elena Lespes Muñoz and Ananay Arango. It is the second exhibition shown within the Encuentros Latinoamericanos programme (Latin American Encounters), hosted annually by the museum.
Juan Fernando Herrán presents Ni héroes ni Mártires
From next July 11, 2017 will be able to visit the exhibition Mirada Prospectiva, a new tour on the large production of the Argentine artist Luis Felipe Noé.
The MNBA Argentina presents Mirada Prospectiva by Luis Felipe Noé
Galerie Lelong is pleased to present Grupo Frente, the first in-depth U.S. Exhibition of the historic Rio de Janeiro-based artist group. The exhibition will include works by Lygia Clark, Hélio Oiticica, Abraham Palatnik, Lygia Pape, and Ivan Serpa, and will shed light on lesser known members such as Aluísio Carvão, João José Costa, Rubem Ludolf, César Oiticica, and Décio Vieira.
Galerie Lelong presents Grupo Frente
The Peruvian gallery opens its new branch in Buenos Aires with "Paisaje Infinito” a collective exhibition of its most representative artists.
Revolver Galería inaugurates its new branch in Buenos Aires
Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) announces a new curatorial fellowship thanks to the generous support of the Ford Foundation. The Ford Foundation Curatorial Fellowship at PAMM is offered to students of underrepresented ethnic backgrounds who have completed their studies at the undergraduate level and is designed to help individuals interested in embarking on a curatorial career.
Pérez Art Museum Miami partners with Ford Foundation on Curatorial Fellowship
Interview with Roc Laseca on the occasion of the International Museum Day
Roc Laseca: "we already know how to die in museums, now we have to learn how to live in them"
Multipart exhibition includes over 170 works by contemporary Cuban artists, PAMM’s largest dedicated Cuban art exhibition to date, highlighting recent acquisitions and donated works from Jorge M. Pérez. On view: June 9, 2017 – April 8, 2018
PAMM Announces On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection
Alison Jacques Gallery presents the gallery's second solo exhibition by Cuban-born artist, Ana Mendieta (b. 1948 Havana, Cuba; d. 1985 New York City, NY). This is the first solo show of Ana Mendieta's work in the UK since her retrospective Traces, curated by Stephanie Rosenthal at the Hayward Gallery in 2013.
Alison Jacques Gallery presents Ana Mendieta
El Parque de la Memoria - Monumento a las Víctimas del Terrorismo de Estado presents in the PAyS room the exhibition "Destierro" by Anish Kapoor. The artist arrives in Argentina and exhibits for the first time in this country a sample designed especially for this space of art and memory.
Anish Kapoor presents Destierro in the Parque de la Memoria
Henrique Faria Buenos Aires gallery celebrates the presence of artists Marta Minujín and Nicolás García Uriburu in Documenta 14 Athens-Kassel and the 57th edition of the Venice Biennial respectively. Minujín and García Uriburu are linked to the gallery, which has worked intensively to put its work in the market and specialized criticism through a sustained participation in fairs and events of the international calendar.
Marta Minujín and Nicolás García Uriburu protagonists of the most important events of 2017
The Argentine artist presents her first book that documents part of her last ten years of work, next Tuesday, July 4 in the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes.
Carola Zech presents her book "Zech Obras 2007/2017"
From September 18 to December 15, 2017, ArtCenter/South Florida and the Bureau for Cultural Strategies (BUX) are organizing The Recalibrated Institution: a 12-week paid fellowship and laboratory in Miami for developing and testing intelligences that address emerging and long-term systemic challenges.
ArtCenter/South Florida presents The Recalibrated Institution fellowship program
Liliana Porter conceived the work Man with an axe, 2017, which will be presented for the first time at the Arsenale in Venice. The piece is the culmination of a series of works created in the last several years, in which Porter positions a tiny, solitary character in front of a pile of material completely out-of-proportion to their size or ability.
Liliana Porter participates in the 57th edition of the Venice Biennale
The City Museums Foundation (FMC), with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Metropolitan District of Quito, conducted an open and public process to select the Coordinator of the Contemporary Art Center. The mentioned competition had the application of 130 postulants.
Eduardo Carrera is the CAC – Quito new curator
Ruby Rumié: Weaving Streets, is being on view at Nohra Haime Gallery from April 21st to June 10th and will include a series of photographs, a video, a poster, and five volumes on Cartagena’s ambulant street vendors.
Ruby Rumié at Nohra Haime Gallery
The fair will be held from September 06 to 10, 2017 at La Rural, Predio Ferial de Buenos Aires.